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Where My Friends went (continued) ...
When my friends travel, all I get is a postcard.
But they all know that I treasure them.


Catie O'Leary purchased this postcard at the Louvre during her recent trip to Paris.
It's by Eugene Delacroix, a 19th century painter whom I admire.



My artist friend, Margaret Gaynes, made two trips lately. The first was to Wisconsin to visit family. While there she decided to check out some of the quirkier sites, like Kohler's bathroom museum in Sheboygan. Can you imagine a bluer bathroom? Then she was off to New Mexico, where she found this remarkable blue door. Lovely!

Caiti also sent me this wonderful water color postcard from the Saint Cirq Lapopie.
I especially love painted postcards.
(Remember: A painted postcard is different from a postcard of a painting.)


And finally, my good friend Carol Delockroy sent me this postcard from Portland, Oregon, my hometown. She reminded me that we had dinner some years ago at the restaurant pictured in the foreground of this card. I do remember it. And the Willamette River looks better than ever.
 

Please join the Phantom  as our virtual tour of the US continues. So far, our tour includes the following states:

California, Oregon, Washington,
Alaska, Hawaii
, Montana, Idaho, & Arizona, Canyon Country, Texas, and Massachusetts.

Stay with us as we visit all of the United States, 
and who knows where next...

American Black Bear Postcards
Backs of the postcards
Cruising, 1970s style

Couples: rules to live by
Dangerous postcard animals
Dear Diary: Italy again
Driving the I-95  (text by Johnna Kaplan)
Not sure I'd want to see this
Old Hawaii
Old Motels

Other People's Vacations
Places I'd like to Visit

Postcard recipes
Side trip to Europe!
Spring in the Desert
Ugly Postcard Tour
Where My Friends Went, part 2
World Tour
The 50 State Quick Tour




Diannek, clevermag's editor, 
is affectionately known as
the Phantom to friends and family.

 

 


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